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The Resource Stress hormones and post traumatic stress disorder : basic studies and clinical perspectives, edited by E. Ronald de Kloet and Melly S. Oitzl, Eric Vermetten

Stress hormones and post traumatic stress disorder : basic studies and clinical perspectives, edited by E. Ronald de Kloet and Melly S. Oitzl, Eric Vermetten

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Stress hormones and post traumatic stress disorder : basic studies and clinical perspectives
Title
Stress hormones and post traumatic stress disorder
Title remainder
basic studies and clinical perspectives
Statement of responsibility
edited by E. Ronald de Kloet and Melly S. Oitzl, Eric Vermetten
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Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
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Cataloging source
UKM
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illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
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2006
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Colloquium on Stress Hormones and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD): Basic Studies and Clinical Perspectives
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bibliography
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1961-
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  • Kloet, E. R. de
  • Oitzl, Melly S
  • Vermetten, Eric
Series statement
Progress in brain research,
Series volume
v. 167
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder
  • Stress Disorders, Post-Traumatic
  • Stress Disorders, Post-Traumatic
  • Hormones
  • Stress, Psychological
Label
Stress hormones and post traumatic stress disorder : basic studies and clinical perspectives, edited by E. Ronald de Kloet and Melly S. Oitzl, Eric Vermetten
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Publication
Note
"Based on the Colloquium on 'Stress Hormones and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) : Basic Studies and Clinical Perspectives' that was organized in Amsterdam under auspices of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences"--P. ix
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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volume
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nc
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rdacarrier
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text
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txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Vulnerable phenotype: molecules and cells -- Stress-induced changes in hippocampal function -- Glucocorticoids, developmental programming and the risk of affective dysfunction -- Amygdala modulation of memory-related processes in the hippocampus: potential relevance to PTSD -- Commentary: neuroendocrine basis -- Vulnerable phenotype: circuits and behavior -- Mice that under- or overexpress glucocorticoid receptors as models for depression or posttraumatic stress disorder -- Adrenal stress hormones, amygdala activation, and memory for emotionally arousing experiences -- Adult neurogenesis and systemic adaptation: animal experiments and clinical perspectives for PTSD -- Commentary: behavior phenotype -- Clinical perspective: conceptualization of PTSD and related disorders -- Transgenerational transmission of cortisol and PTSD risk -- Early care experiences and HPA axis regulation in children: a mechanism for later trauma vulnerability -- Functional neuroanatomy of PTSD: a critical review -- Structural and functional plasticity of the human brain in posttraumatic stress disorder -- Commentary: biological findings in PTSD: too much or too little? -- Clinical perspective: targets for therapy in PTSD -- Models of PTSD and traumatic stress: the importance of research from bedside to bench to bedside -- What is that a neurobiological model of PTSD must explain? -- Post-traumatic stress disorder in somatic disease: lessons from critically ill patients -- Glucocorticoid-induced reduction of traumatic memories: implications for the treatment of PTSD -- Commentary: synthesis and perspectives -- Short communications -- Strain specific fear behaviour and glucocorticoid response to aversive events: modelling PTSD in mice -- Interaction of endogenous cortisol and noradrenaline in the human amygdala -- Corticosteroid hormones, synaptic strength and emotional memories: corticosteroid modulation of memory: a cellular and molecular perspective -- Does trauma cause lasting changes in HPA-axis functioning in healthy individuals? -- Need for alternative ways of phenotyping of mood, anxiety, and somatoform disorders in biological research -- HPA-axis and immune function in burnout -- Elevated plasma corticotrophin-releasing hormone levels in veterans with posttraumatic stress disorder -- Precuneal activity during encoding in veterans with posttraumatic stress disorder -- Posttraumatic stress disorder with secondary psychotic features: neurobiological findings -- Neuroendocrine dysregulations in sexually abused children and adolescents: a systematic review -- Volume of discrete brain structures in complex dissociative disorders: preliminary findings -- Epilogue
Control code
171550968
Dimensions
27 cm
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
xviii, 320 pages
Isbn
9780444531407
Isbn Type
(hbk.)
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations (some color), portraits
System control number
(OCoLC)171550968
Label
Stress hormones and post traumatic stress disorder : basic studies and clinical perspectives, edited by E. Ronald de Kloet and Melly S. Oitzl, Eric Vermetten
Publication
Note
"Based on the Colloquium on 'Stress Hormones and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) : Basic Studies and Clinical Perspectives' that was organized in Amsterdam under auspices of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences"--P. ix
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Vulnerable phenotype: molecules and cells -- Stress-induced changes in hippocampal function -- Glucocorticoids, developmental programming and the risk of affective dysfunction -- Amygdala modulation of memory-related processes in the hippocampus: potential relevance to PTSD -- Commentary: neuroendocrine basis -- Vulnerable phenotype: circuits and behavior -- Mice that under- or overexpress glucocorticoid receptors as models for depression or posttraumatic stress disorder -- Adrenal stress hormones, amygdala activation, and memory for emotionally arousing experiences -- Adult neurogenesis and systemic adaptation: animal experiments and clinical perspectives for PTSD -- Commentary: behavior phenotype -- Clinical perspective: conceptualization of PTSD and related disorders -- Transgenerational transmission of cortisol and PTSD risk -- Early care experiences and HPA axis regulation in children: a mechanism for later trauma vulnerability -- Functional neuroanatomy of PTSD: a critical review -- Structural and functional plasticity of the human brain in posttraumatic stress disorder -- Commentary: biological findings in PTSD: too much or too little? -- Clinical perspective: targets for therapy in PTSD -- Models of PTSD and traumatic stress: the importance of research from bedside to bench to bedside -- What is that a neurobiological model of PTSD must explain? -- Post-traumatic stress disorder in somatic disease: lessons from critically ill patients -- Glucocorticoid-induced reduction of traumatic memories: implications for the treatment of PTSD -- Commentary: synthesis and perspectives -- Short communications -- Strain specific fear behaviour and glucocorticoid response to aversive events: modelling PTSD in mice -- Interaction of endogenous cortisol and noradrenaline in the human amygdala -- Corticosteroid hormones, synaptic strength and emotional memories: corticosteroid modulation of memory: a cellular and molecular perspective -- Does trauma cause lasting changes in HPA-axis functioning in healthy individuals? -- Need for alternative ways of phenotyping of mood, anxiety, and somatoform disorders in biological research -- HPA-axis and immune function in burnout -- Elevated plasma corticotrophin-releasing hormone levels in veterans with posttraumatic stress disorder -- Precuneal activity during encoding in veterans with posttraumatic stress disorder -- Posttraumatic stress disorder with secondary psychotic features: neurobiological findings -- Neuroendocrine dysregulations in sexually abused children and adolescents: a systematic review -- Volume of discrete brain structures in complex dissociative disorders: preliminary findings -- Epilogue
Control code
171550968
Dimensions
27 cm
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
xviii, 320 pages
Isbn
9780444531407
Isbn Type
(hbk.)
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations (some color), portraits
System control number
(OCoLC)171550968

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